Monday, February 27, 2017

Category Archives: Featured

Instructor Earl Benjamin, photo courtesy SoulCycle/Duo Public Relations
Q&A With a Cycle Pro
Getting to know Earl Benjamin of SoulCycle Bellevue. You may have heard the buzz that SoulCycle has come to Seattle, landing itself over on the eastside at a brand-new, bright and bustling Bellevue studio. We thought it would be fun to chat with an instructor to hear what it takes to lead the masses at this energetic hub of sweat, music and high-powered pedaling. (more…)
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Chefs from Kamonegi and Chan to Collaborate on Japanese-Korean Pop-Up March 5th
Chefs Mutsuko Soma of Kamonegi and Chef Heong Soon Park of Chan Seattle swap cuisines for one night to create a menu celebrating two Asian cuisines that have inspired chefs across the globe. The menu will feature Korean-Japanese dishes, Soma to implement Korean touches on each dish, likewise Park for Japanese, and Soma’s signature soba with a Korean flair.  (more…)
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Photo by Corinne Whiting
Weekend Wanderings: Comox Valley, BC
We’ve always found British Columbia to be an alluring destination: The beautiful province is conveniently close to Seattle and offers an opportunity to use our passports when we’re feeling the itch. Perhaps most importantly, Canada happens to be home to some of the nicest people on the planet. (And right now, for obvious reasons, many of us feel an urge to migrate north more than ever before.) (more…)
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Photo by Michael Doucett
Culture Dose: Celebrating Woody Guthrie
Seattle Repertory Theatre’s musical celebration of a folk hero. Sometimes, in light of current events and a pervasive mood, the arts feel especially pertinent and powerful. This can no doubt be said about Woody Sez: The Life and Music of Woody Guthrie, currently entertaining and moving spectators at the Bagley Wright Theatre—through January 29—in a thoughtful production you won’t want to miss.  (more…)
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First Look: Thackeray now open in Wallingford
Located at the bottom of Stone Way, on the border of Fremont and Wallingford, Thackeray opened two weeks ago. The restaurant and bar has a neighborhood feel with a warm, inviting, and spacious atmosphere and eclectic decor. The menu is seasonally and Mediterranean-inspired and the service and staff are welcoming and friendly.  (more…)
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Photo by Lilly Photography
Wed in Wine Country: Plan Your Epic Lake Chelan Wedding
Photo by Lilly Photography Chelan sits at the base of the North Cascades, overlooking some of the most jaw dropping landscapes in the PNW; and those views are often served up with a tasty glass of the best wine in the region. When it comes to choosing your wedding destination, what more could you ask for? Beautiful views – check. Delicious wine -check. Somewhere far enough away your husband’s frat douche friends won’t attend -no guarantees. Sunny skies and expansive grape vines create the perfect backdrop for a stunning outdoor wedding, so if you’re thinking about reciting your nuptials in the valley, check out this list of kickass vendors from our picture perfect Chelan wedding! (more…)
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Courtesy Sunriver Resort
Winter Wanderlust: Holiday Happenings in Luxe Locations
Get in the spirit at these West Coast paradises. ‘Tis the season to plan adventures to cozy lodges and winter wonderlands. We’ve rounded up a few West Coast destination ideas that promise to make the season especially merry and bright. (more…)
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Courtesy Special Olympics Washington
Local Heroes: Special Olympics Washington + Kirby Winfield
Creating a level playing field for all. If ever we’re feeling down about the affairs of the world, it helps to look toward the do-gooders who carry an optimism that affects us, too. We can’t help it; it’s contagious. We recently caught up with one such local—Kirby Winfield, Auction Chair and Board Chair Elect for Special Olympics Washington. (more…)
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